Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Tweets They’re ‘In the Market’ for a Team Name and Inspires Hilarious #OcasioCortezStaffTeamN

Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley, and Rashida Tlaib are making names for themselves. They are bringing a younger, pro-socialism face to the Democratic Party.

Pressley was very proud of their photo from the Cohen investigation and tweeted about it. She tweeted:

I love this mashup but I’m re-framing it so you can get a glimpse of some of the women behind this woman. Grateful to my dedicated A team and the committee staff for the diligent preparation that went in to yesterday’s hearing

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AOC retweeted it and added a comment of her own:

In her tweet, Ocasio-Cortez happened to use the symbol the left earlier determined as the sign of white supremacy. Hey, these are their rules, not ours.

How could we forget when the left turned the “ok sign” into a top secret sign for white supremacists to communicate that to one another. It sparked this hilarious response:

This tweet by AOC did not only create some funny tweets about the ok sign, but it also sparked the hilarious hashtag #OcasioCortezStaffTeamName. Below are some of the best ones:

Sometimes they make it too easy to be destroyed. They practically started a viral Twitter flame war against themselves by challenging the world to come up with a “team name” for them.

Hat tip: Twitchy

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